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Cannabinoids Like CBD Can Benefit Your Overall Health

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There are studies that show cannabidiol (CBD) can benefit a lot of specific issues. There are a few issues that are so common, almost everyone is bound to have one of them. Around 3 million American’s per year suffer from severe anxiety, almost 13 million are diagnosed with cancer annually, and nearly 35 million people suffer from arthritis. This doesn’t account for other inflammation issues, or people with anxiety that isn’t “severe”. The National Cancer Institute says approximately 40% of people worldwide will develop some sort of cancer in their lifetime.

So, what’s the good news? Every one of these people, including yourself, has an endocannabinoid system (ECS). This system impacts virtually every area of our body.  By supplementing our bodies with cannabinoids like CBD, we help to “feed” this system, and prevent an endocannabinoid deficiency.

It’s been shown that CBD may help decrease anxiety in studies like this one The results in this study suggest that CBD has anxiolytic properties, and that it was because of an action in the limbic and Para limbic brain areas.

Studies like this one show that CBD blocked the rise of lipopolysaccharide (a large molecule that provokes a strong immune response in animals). So, it was concluded that CBD has a potent anti-arthritic effect in CIA, because of its immunosuppressive and anti-inflammatory properties.

Other studies, like this one, show why CBD may help alleviate cancer cells. This study revealed a connection between apoptosis (the body’s way of tagging specific cells for death at a scheduled time, often referred to as “committing suicide) and autophagy in breast cancer cells treated with CBD. It also emphasized that CBD should be further studied as an antineoplastic agent.

Because our endocannabinoid system plays a part in all three of these issues, it is vital for us to “feed” our endocannabinoid system and keep it satisfied. At That’s Natural, we understand how important it is to make an informed decision about the products that you take.  We work directly with our entire supply chain to ensure you a product that is pure, potent, and trusted.  Our hemp is grown in Colorado and regulated by the Colorado Department of Agriculture. Our processing is a supercritical CO2 extraction process that creates a therapeutic-grade essential oil.

We are a privately owned company that has been in business for over 10 years – we care very much about our customers and making sure to bring them products that they love, while promoting and protecting their Food and Medicine Freedom!

The 7 Most Beneficial CBD Discoveries In History

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There seem to be four groups of people in this world regarding cannabidiol (CBD). People either believe it has no beneficial health purposes, people don’t know what it is, people think it’s “too good to be true”, or people see the benefits of it and believe in its ability to better people’s individual lives. While no plant, herb, or medicine can heal everything, there is plenty of evidence showing major benefits of CBD. So, what are the eight most beneficial discoveries ever made about its medical value? These are in no particular order, but are all important to the continued study of CBD and its benefits to people.

  • Seizures

One of the most well studied benefits of CBD is that of it’s anti-convulsive properties. It has been shown to lower the seizure threshold in many people. As this study from PubMed explains, CBD not only reduces seizure severity, but also showed that CBD significantly decreased the percentage of rodents that were experiencing the most complex and severe seizures. Additionally, “CBD (≥ 10 mg/kg) significantly decreased the percentage mortality as a result of seizures.”

In conclusion of this study, it is said that “the evidence strongly supports CBD as a therapeutic candidate for a diverse range of human epilepsies.”

  • Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s Disease is the most common age-related neurodegenerative disorder known to man. Another study from PubMed describes how it works for those struggling with this disease. It states, “Cannabidiol, a non-psychoactive marijuana component, has been recently proposed as an antioxidant neuroprotective agent in neurodegenerative diseases. Moreover, it has been shown to rescue PC12 cells from toxicity induced by Abeta peptide.”

The study also showed that CBD inhibits hyperphosphyrylation of the tau protein in Abeta-stimulated PC12 neuronal cells. While this sounds super complex, and it is, the important part to know is that CBD helps to slow, or stop, the most representative hallmarks in alzheimer’s disease.

The study concludes by stating, “These results provide new molecular insight regarding the neuroprotective effect of cannabidiol and suggest its possible role in the pharmacological management of AD, especially in view of its low toxicity in humans.”

  • Pain Relief

In a study from 2015, CBD was tested to see if it showed synergistic effects (a greater effect when combined with another agent, then when tested separately) when combined with morphine. When tested alone, morphine “produced antinociceptive effects in all three models of acute nociception, whereas CBD alone produced antinociception only in the acetic acid-stimulated stretching assay.” The study does claim that CBD and morphine did in fact produce synergistic effects in reversing acetic acid-stimulated stretching behavior.

This study concluded that these results “suggest that distinct mechanisms of action underlie the interactions between CBD and morphine in the three different behavioral assays and that the choice of appropriate combination therapies for the treatment of acute pain conditions may depend on the underlying pain type and stimulus modality.”

  • Anti-Tumor Medicine

Cancer is one of the most well known problems in America. There are endless theories about what can cause cancer, and how to prevent it. However, there are not very many options for treating it once a person has developed it. This study from 2015 discusses how CBD works as an anti-tumor medicine. Before discussing CBD specifically, this study mentions that “CB1 and CB2 receptor agonists can act as direct antitumor agents in a variety of aggressive cancers.”

When animals were tested, CBD was shown to inhibit the progression of several different types of cancer including, breast cancer, lung cancer, prostate cancer, colon cancer, and glioblastoma. This study discusses two major points. The first is the “mechanisms by which CBD, and other plant-derived cannabinoids inefficient at activating cannabinoid receptors, inhibit tumor cell viability, invasion, metastasis, angiogenesis, and the stem-like potential of cancer cells.”

The second is the “ability of non-psychoactive cannabinoids to induce autophagy and apoptotic-mediated cancer cell death, and enhance the activity of first-line agents commonly used in cancer treatment.” In other words, CBD can cause bad cells to consume themselves, or it can cause good cells to tag bad ones for scheduled death, causing them to “commit suicide”.

  • Anxiety

There are numerous studies showing that CBD may be an effective treatment for those with anxiety. Most people fear public speaking more than they do death. The first study dissects how CBD reduces the anxiety that is stimulated by public speaking. It states:

“Pretreatment with CBD significantly reduced anxiety, cognitive impairment and discomfort in their speech performance, and significantly decreased alert in their anticipatory speech. The placebo group presented higher anxiety, cognitive impairment, discomfort, and alert levels when compared with the control group as assessed with the Visual Analogue Mood Scale (VAMS). The Negative Self-Statement Scale (SSPS-N) scores evidenced significant increases during the testing of placebo group that was almost abolished in the CBD group. No significant differences were observed between CBD and HC in SSPS-N scores or in the cognitive impairment, discomfort, and alert factors of VAMS. The increase in anxiety induced by the Simulation Public Speaking Test (SPST) on subjects with Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD) was reduced with the use of CBD, resulting in a similar response as the healthy control.”

In short, the study found that pretreatment with CBD help reduce the anxiety, cognitive impairment, and discomfort of public speaking significantly in people who have a phobia of this.

  • PTSD

In a second study related to anxiety and PTSD, CBD was studied to see what impact, if any, it had on people suffering from PTSD. In this study, 48 participants were involved with a double-blind study involving colored boxes and electrical shocks. Some of the boxes were electrified, and others weren’t. Then, two days later, the participants were exposed to the boxes again. Some of the participants were given CBD, and some a placebo. The study concluded that these findings, “provide the first evidence that CBD can enhance consolidation of extinction learning in humans and suggest that CBD may have potential as an adjunct to extinction-based therapies for anxiety disorders.”

  • Substance Abuse

Substance abuse is often described as one of the hardest things to fight off. People often try multiple times to “shake a habit” and to no avail. In this study by PubMed, it was examined whether CBD would inhibit the reward-facilitating effect of Morphine.

“Rats were prepared with a stimulating electrode into the medial forebrain bundle (MFB), and a guide cannula into the dorsal raphe (microinjection experiments), and were trained to respond for electrical brain stimulation. A low dose of cannabidiol did not affect the reinforcing efficacy of brain stimulation, whereas higher doses significantly elevated the threshold frequency required for MFB ICSS. Both cocaine and morphine lowered ICSS thresholds. Cannabidiol inhibited the reward-facilitating effect of morphine, but not cocaine.”

So, in short, these results suggest that CBD does interfere with brain reward mechanisms that are responsible for the expression of the acute reinforcing properties within opioids. This indicates that CBD may be useful in reducing the rewarding effects of opioids.

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At That’s Natural, our cannabidiol (CBD) rich oil is a full spectrum oil. This means that it contains not just CBD but other helpful cannabinoids and terpenes. These cannabinoids and terpenes work together with our endocannabinoid system, which all humans have, and may relieve many of the symptoms that occur from certain issues in a natural way. Being in business for over 10 years, That’s Natural believes in providing pure, potent, and trusted products. That’s why we provide 100% traceability of where our hemp comes from! For more questions regarding our CBD products, please visit our Questions and Answers page.

What CBD Can Potentially Do For You

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A lot of people ask what CBD can do for their bodies. There are a lot of different answers, but here are a few of the top benefits of using it.

  • CBD activates several receptors and ion channels. Some of these include: Adensodine receptors (regulate neurotransmitters dopamine and glutamate), serotonin (mood regulation), and even vanilloid receptors (which control body temperature, inflammation, and the ability to feel pain).
  • CBD deactivates GPR55, which helps control blood pressure, bone density, and cancer cell growth.
  • CBD inhibits the “reuptake” and breakdown of neurotransmitters like anandaminde, and delays the reuptake of adensodine which has anti-anxiety properties.
  • CBD can impact alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Disease through G-coupled protein receptors
  • CBD can activate PPAR’s on cancerous cells, which induces tumor regression, but may also be used to treat alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, and other metabolic functions.
  • CBD can amplify our bodies ability to transmit gamma-Aminobutyric acid. Additionally, it can act as a “negative allosteric modulator” of the CB1 receptor to reduce the psychoactive effects of THC.
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    That’s Natural products are considered to be full spectrum meaning they contain cannabinoids and terpenes from the whole plant. Every mammal has an endocannabinoid system,  which is fueled by these cannabinoids and terpenes.   The combination of these compounds help to provide what is known as the entourage effect. Here you can listen to Dr. David Allen explain how the endocannabinoid system contributes to how our immune system and nervous system function.  By providing pure, potent, and trusted products, That’s Natural continues to strive to meet our customer’s needs – something we have been doing for twelve years! With 100% traceability of where our hemp comes from, you can be confident in what you are putting on, or in, your body. For more questions regarding our CBD products, please visit our Questions and Answers page.

    *THESE STATEMENTS HAVE NOT BEEN EVALUATED BY THE FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION.  THIS PRODUCT IS NOT INTENDED TO DIAGNOSE, TREAT, CURE OR PREVENT ANY DISEASE.

Can CBD Help with Nicotine Addiction?

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We all know somebody that smokes cigarettes. It’s a multi-billion-dollar industry, and according to the CDC, over $1,000,000 per hour is spent on advertising or marketing – just in America! It’s frustrating to see so much money spent on something that has been shown to harm people. So, what can we do to fight this corruption, and epidemic?

There are many studies showing that cannabidiol (CBD) has helped people who smoke kick their addiction to the curb. As this study acknowledges, the endocannabinoid system is becoming better understood and credited with helping those struggling from nicotine addiction. In this same study, they studied people who wanted to quit smoking in a double blind study.

These people were instructed to use an inhaler when they had the urge to smoke. One of the inhalers was filled with CBD, and the other a placebo. In the period of one week, none of the 24 smokers consumed fewer cigarettes with the placebo inhaler. However, those that were treated with CBD for that week reduced their cigarette intake by roughly 40%.

The studies goes on to say:

“Results also indicated some maintenance of this effect at follow-up. These preliminary data, combined with the strong preclinical rationale for use of this compound, suggest CBD to be a potential treatment for nicotine addiction that warrants further exploration.”

It’s incredible to think that without even trying, people reduced their intake of cigarettes by nearly half in just one week! Being in business for over 10 years, That’s Natural believes in providing pure, potent, and trusted products. Therefore, we provide 100% traceability of where our hemp comes from. Our CBD rich oils and cremes are all full spectrum products. Full spectrum products mean that many cannabinoids and terpenes are available in our products, instead of isolating just one of these important compounds. These cannabinoids and terpenes work together with our endocannabinoid system, which all humans have, and may relieve many of the symptoms that occur from certain issues in a natural way. For more questions regarding our CBD products, please visit our Questions and Answers page.

United Nations Claims CBD is Medicine – With No Risk of Abuse

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That’s right. The United Nations, and the World Health Organiziation (WHO) agree that naturally occurring CBD is a medicine – the DEA disagrees. The DEA claims that there is no medicinal value or medical use. The UN is now unequivocally recognizing that CBD does have medical value – and a lot of it.

The interesting part of this will play itself out over the coming years. In 2015, a federal judge in Sacramento claimed that whether the DEA was correct or not, they had followed its own internal process claiming it was unsafe with no medical value. Because the USA is a member of the organization which recognizes CBD as a medicine, they will not only have to argue that WHO is wrong, but that it had intentions of recognizing CBD as a medicine in future cases. A court case like this would certainly draw upon scientists from around the world, and from the USA to speak against the DEA’s current stance.

It was actually the WHO expert committee on Drug Dependence that stated:

“Recent evidence from animal and human studies shows that its use could have some therapeutic value for seizures due to epilepsy and related conditions,” said the UN report. “Current evidence also shows that cannabidiol is not likely to be abused or create dependence as for other cannabinoids (such as Tetra Hydro Cannabinol (THC), for instance).”

The saddest part is that in 1988, a federal judge ruled in favor of cannabis, claiming it did indeed have medical benefits. The DEA has waged war against cannabis, and even receives billions of tax dollars each year to stop production, cultivation, legalization and more of cannabis. NORML Political Director Justin Strekal said, “It is yet another example of the US government placing ideology over evidence when it comes to issues related to the cannabis plant.”

For more information about this issue, see this article.

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That’s Natural products are considered to be full spectrum meaning they contain cannabinoids and terpenes from the whole plant. Every mammal has an endocannabinoid system,  which is fueled by these cannabinoids and terpenes.   The combination of these compounds help to provide what is known as the entourage effect. Here you can listen to Dr. David Allen explain how the endocannabinoid system contributes to how our immune system and nervous system function.  By providing pure, potent, and trusted products, That’s Natural continues to strive to meet our customer’s needs – something we have been doing for twelve years! With 100% traceability of where our hemp comes from, you can be confident in what you are putting on, or in, your body. For more questions regarding our CBD products, please visit our Questions and Answers page.

*THESE STATEMENTS HAVE NOT BEEN EVALUATED BY THE FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION.  THIS PRODUCT IS NOT INTENDED TO DIAGNOSE, TREAT, CURE OR PREVENT ANY DISEASE.

The Overlooked Hero – Five Conditions CBD Can Help Immediately

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THC is the most famous component of cannabis, but cannabidiol (CBD) is the real hero. It is non-psychoactive (doesn’t get you “high”), and contains a lot of properties that can help with different conditions. Each person has an endocannabinoid system, which works alongside our immune system to help with these conditions. This system is “fed” by consuming cannabinoids like CBD.

Diabetes

CBD has been shown to help people with diabetes stabilize and decrease their need for insulin or other medications. According to the American Journal of Physiology, it has been shown to lower the incidence of diabetes in non-obese mice. “In this study we have investigated the effects of CBD on high glucose (HG)-induced, mitochondrial superoxide generation, NF-κB activation, nitrotyrosine formation, inducible nitric oxide synthase (iNOS) and adhesion molecules ICAM-1 and VCAM-1 expression, monocyte-endothelial adhesion, transendothelial migration of monocytes, and disruption of endothelial barrier function in human coronary artery endothelial cells (HCAECs)”.

“Since a disruption of the endothelial function and integrity by HG is a crucial early event underlying the development of various diabetic complications, our results suggest that CBD, which has recently been approved for the treatment of inflammation, pain, and spasticity associated with multiple sclerosis in humans, may have significant therapeutic benefits against diabetic complications and atherosclerosis.”

Anxiety

This is arguable one of CBD’s greatest strengths. Although there have been numerous studies showing CBD’s benefits for PTSD, public speaking, obsessive-compulsive disorder, social anxiety, PTSD, etc…, one study by the National Institute of Health says:

“Studies using animal models of anxiety and involving healthy volunteers clearly suggest an anxiolytic-like effect of CBD. Moreover, CBD was shown to reduce anxiety in patients with social anxiety disorder.”

Acne

While acne is one of the most common conditions, especially among teenagers, it is not very well known that CBD can help prevent it. As this study shows, CBD may be even more effective than mainstream treatments. Tamas Biro, who works with University of Debrecen (Hungary), Department of Physiology, stated:

“CBD is very efficient —actually, in our model system, it was much more efficient than the Vitamin A derivatives like Accutane. Of further importance, CBD was universally inhibitive of lipid synthesis. It was able to inhibit not only the actions of endocannabinoids but also the effects of other inflammatory mediators such as steroid hormones that stimulate fat production in these cells. “Another important result: we found that low concentrations of CBD were very effective in inhibiting lipid synthesis but did not affect the viability of cells. This was also in contrast to the effects of Vitamin A derivatives which inhibit the fat production of sebocytes by killing them.”

Nicotine Addiction

Another study by the National Institute of Health shows that cannabidiol has reduced cigarette consumption in tobacco smokers. 24 smokers were given either a placebo inhaler, or CBD inhaler for one week. When they felt the urge to smoke, they were told to use the inhaler. For one week subjects followed this method, and placebo treated smokers showed no difference. CBD users reduced the number of cigarettes by 40%.

Crohn’s Disease

In a study from 2014, CBD has been shown to benefit patients with Crohn’s disease. It states:

“In a prospective placebo-controlled study, it has been shown what has been largely anticipated from anecdotal reports, i.e. that cannabis produces significant clinical benefits in patients with Crohn’s disease. The mechanisms involved are not yet clear but most likely include peripheral actions on cannabinoid receptors 1 and 2, and may also include central actions.”

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Because That’s Natural products contain numerous cannabinoids and terpenes it is considered full spectrum. The combination of these compounds help to provide what is known as the entourage effect. Each one of us (and our animals) has an endocannabinoid system,  which is fueled by these cannabinoids and terpenes to produce the entourage effect. By providing pure, potent, and trusted products, That’s Natural strives to meet our customer’s needs – something we have been doing for over ten years! With 100% traceability of where our hemp comes from, you can be confident in what you are putting on, or in, your body. For more questions regarding our CBD products, please visit our Questions and Answers page.

30 Days of CBD – The Results Are In!

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The following is a short summary of one woman’s (Leah Vanderveldt) thirty days on CBD oil, and why she loved it! Some of it is education about CBD, and some of it is very subjective. The article starts off by stating that CBD is non-psychoactive and potentially has many positive impacts on health. After pointing out that the US Government has a patent on CBD as a neuroprotectant and antioxidant, it stated:

“”Clinical reports showing its safety and tolerability allow us to move forward with confidence,” says Anjali Dsouza, M.D., of the District Center for Integrative Medicine. “We have long known that, in certain circumstances, cannabinoids like CBD can help achieve and support a stable balance in our bodies, also known as homeostasis. CBD is currently used in a wide range of clinical scenarios including cancer, multiple sclerosis, seizure disorders, traumatic brain injuries, insomnia, anxiety, and PTSD.””

It then discusses that we have an endocannabinoid system and how it uses CBD to reduce inflammation and pain. Dr. Dsouza then said, “I have prescribed CBD oil and my experience suggests it is generally well-tolerated. The worst side effect I have seen is sedation. As with all things, I typically start low and go slow.”

So now, how did CBD oil help Leah personally during this thirty day trial? The first thing she talks about is how bad her period pains have been in recent months. She claims that within 30 minutes of taking a CBD oil, her cramps were gone. Leah says, “The idea of having a natural product I can take to reduce pain is huge. I’ve tried heating pads, essential oils, and calming teas, but this is something that really, tangibly helps and lets me go about my day without pain.”

She claims it also helped her with anxiety. She says she struggles with anxiety, especially around crowds. However, with the CBD oil, she said her attitude was much different – and confident. She also said that just before a plane ride, she got a couple very important emails, and then found out she had the middle seat on the plane. After a couple droppers full of CBD oil, she felt relaxed and read a book for the remainder of the flight.

Admittedly, Leah was unsure of whether the CBD was the reason for this, but she said on five of seven nights that she took CBD oil with her evening tea, she slept excellent, which is someone uncommon for her.

Lastly, Leah found that the “heaviness of depression” didn’t occur while she was on the CBD oil. She has struggled with depression throughout her life and says it can creep up if she isn’t very attentive with her mental health.

While this article is very subjective to Leah, it is just one more example of how CBD might help people with numerous issues. Is it a cure all? No, and nothing else is either. It’s refreshing to hear positive stories like this in a world filled with pessimism and negativity.

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That’s Natural’s products are full spectrum, and contain a variety of cannabinoids and terpenes. Each person has an endocannabinoid system, which is fueled by these cannabinoids and terpenes. The combination of these compounds help to provide what is known as the entourage effect. At That’s Natural, we strive to provide the most pure, potent, and trusted products possible – something we have been doing for over a decade. With 100% traceability of where our hemp comes from, you can be confident that our products are pure, potent, and trusted. For more questions regarding our CBD products, please visit our Questions and Answers page.

 

So, How Effective Is CBD?

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According to a study from Brightfield Group and HelloMD, covering 2,400 members, it is very effective. The study, referenced in this article by Forbes, was the largest survey on CBD to date.

According to the study:

“The most common reasons people used CBD were to treat insomnia, depression, anxiety and joint pain, according to Dr. Perry Solomon, the Chief Medical Officer of HelloMD. Forty-two percent of the CBD users said they had stopped using traditional medications like Tylenol pain relievers or prescription drugs like Vicodin and had switched to using cannabis instead. Eighty percent said that they found the products to be “very or extremely effective.” Only 3% or less found the product to be either ineffectual or only slightly effective.”

The article noted that there are over 850 brands of marijuana-derived CBD products and 150 hemp-derived products. Surprisingly, nearly 200 of consumers surveyed didn’t know which type of product they consumed. Additionally, it was shown that women use CBD more than men, contrary to the expected outcome. Only 45% of users were men.

Hemp-derived CBD is available in every state and even online. Of those surveyed, they said they normally spend between $20-$80/month on CBD products. Dr. Solomon said, “This landmark survey, in terms of its size and depth, shows the tremendous value that these products have for patients, Hopefully, access for products such as these will help patients all across the country who cannot obtain medication that contains THC.”

This study shows how effective CBD is for most people. With at least 97% of people at least somewhat effective, and nearly 50% stopping traditional medications, it shows why more and more people are turning to CBD for their health needs.

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Each person has an endocannabinoid system, which is fueled by a variety of cannabinoids and terpenes. Because our products have these cannabinoids and terpenes, they are known to be full spectrum products. These full spectrum products help provide an entourage effect. That’s Natural has been in business for over 10 years and believes in providing the most pure, potent, and trusted products possible. We even provide 100% traceability of where our hemp comes from. For more questions regarding our CBD products, please visit our Questions and Answers page.

The World Health Organization Finds No Health Risk For CBD

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Forbes recently reported about the World Health Organization (WHO) and their findings with CBD. Not only did they find no adverse health outcomes, but they also found several medical applications. This goes directly against the federal policy on CBD.

The article states that, “CBD, a non-psychoactive chemical found in cannabis, does not induce physical dependence and is “not associated with abuse potential.” The WHO also wrote that, unlike THC, people aren’t getting high off of CBD, either.” They wrote “To date, there is no evidence of recreational use of CBD or any public health related problems associated with the use of pure CBD.” Ironically, evidence suggests that CBD actually can mitigate the effects of THC.

The authors of this report by WHO officially confirmed positive effects from CBD. They wrote that CBD has “been demonstrated as an effective treatment for epilepsy” no only in adults, but children and animals as well. They also claimed that there is “preliminary evidence” of CBD being useful in treating Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, psychosis, cancer, and more.

They even noted that “Several countries have modified their national controls to accommodate CBD as a medicinal product”. The United States isn’t one of those countries.

However, CBD isn’t 100% free and clear. “Reported adverse effects may be as a result of drug-drug interactions between CBD and patients’ existing medications.” So, CBD may interact with other medications, but by itself, people can’t blame CBD.

The article from Forbes also highlighted that the FDA has continuously declined to update its position on cannabis products, and that because of this report from WHO, may be getting closer to listening and learning more about CBD. Afterall, Dr. David Allen, a retired cardiac surgeon said in this video, “The endocannabinoid system is the single most important, medical, scientific discovery ever, and will save more lives than the study and application of sterile surgical technique. I’m a heart surgeon saying that.”

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That’s Natural products are considered to be full spectrum meaning they contain cannabinoids and terpenes from the whole plant. Every mammal has an endocannabinoid system,  which is fueled by these cannabinoids and terpenes.   The combination of these compounds help to provide what is known as the entourage effect. Here you can listen to Dr. David Allen explain how the endocannabinoid system contributes to how our immune system and nervous system function.  By providing pure, potent, and trusted products, That’s Natural continues to strive to meet our customer’s needs – something we have been doing for twelve years! With 100% traceability of where our hemp comes from, you can be confident in what you are putting on, or in, your body. For more questions regarding our CBD products, please visit our Questions and Answers page.

*THESE STATEMENTS HAVE NOT BEEN EVALUATED BY THE FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION.  THIS PRODUCT IS NOT INTENDED TO DIAGNOSE, TREAT, CURE OR PREVENT ANY DISEASE.

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